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Progress-Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 2, 1970, Pomona, California MAIL SUNDAY AUGUST 2, 197O vc Copy Drug 01 Emphasized in GOP Platform SACRAMENTO California crafted an outs on of the drag and 10 Sections on s- The o cf other on Us are with or no a meeting of about 100 GOP of- parry The crime and law enforcement committee came a special plank on the drug calling elimination this epidemic which has caused misery and criminal The and youth health committee also called for attacks the drug ing humanitarian treatment for addicts and penalties for drag There was a minor fuss m the platform committee over whether the agriculture should for a phasing out of federal agricultural sub- Such an idea was proposed by Rep. John a member of the John Birch Assemblyman chairman of the plank resist That's your added sf Republicans were going to oppose should do it in just in field of Tropical Storm Now Hurricane ORLEANS the season's third tropical turned into a hurricane and headed northwestward through the Gulf of xico winds measured at 75 mites an The hurricane was 410 miles south of and was moving toward the northwest at 10 to 12 miles an is a very small hurricane with highest winds 75 miles per hour near the center and gales extend out 100 miles to the north and east of the an from the New Orleans Weather Bureau Celia began as a tropical depression night when it raked western Cuba heavy Once it reached warm gulf waters the depression Quickly grew a tropical The Weather Bureau warned persons along the northern and Gulf of Mexico to be prepared for farther The plotting showed Celia to be near a tude 24.5 north and longitude 87.4 The leather Bureau said Celia should move wards ihe at 10 to 12 miles an nour through cay with a slow increase in size and Kidnapers Free LA. Woman LOS ANGELES wife of a turing firm executive was kidnaped and released unharmed 19 hours later her abductors received in disclosed day Mrs. Roberta 47. told police she was naped at shortly after a.m. Saturday by two men and a She said they used a rose to get into the home in the Rancho Park District of Los saw a woman and a man pick up the som money left at an undisclosed location by Mrs. 43. At the same Mrs. was released and drove herself home in the couple s 1969 model which was taken by the Officers reported a and a woman were taken Into custody as suspects in the case and ransom was Police would not identify ihe suspects immediately or how they were ar- Russ Send Peace Note Kosygin Message Cooperation Among Powers PROBLEMS Louis co-owner of the Powder Ridge ski area in shouts instructions State police say the 20.000 youths attending the ban ned festival at Powder Ridge are Hundreds at Rock Fetes Treated for The Weather The Pomona Valley wii have variable high iness Sunday and weather to be sunny and The cay 97 and 64. The Monday wili be 100 Temperatures continue ro be 5 -o 10 degrees above normal through JN TODAY'S P-B Classified Ads Classified Ads Crossword Puzzle Dateline Dison Editorial Entertainment Financial Art Obituary Estate Science For You Sports Women World of Animals By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hundreds of young people were treated for from drugs Saturday at the sites of two major rock music concert Conn. The doctor in charge of cal treatment of the young ple at expressed alarm that a health crisis might ensue because of heavy drag An estimated persons gathered this week at the even though a court der prevented any And at an mated 100 persons had been treated for drug effects by morning at the site cf a rock festival although banned by health under a court youths also showed up en masse at even though the had banned the rock The promoters decided it a instead of a rock it calls said the gathering of persons remains And a rock festival was m its second day Saturday at The went into the early morning hours Although hundreds of young people were reported to have left the Powder Ridge area site of the thousands of youths Dr. the festival said the crowd was getting bored music and drags were being used because the young people had else to He said his medical team had treated a bad more we had at 75 Bodies Found as Boat Sinks SAN P.R. An ferryboat an estimated 250 persons sank Saturday in the shark infested narrows between St. Kitts and Nevis Reports from St. Kitts said 50 survivors and 75 bodies has been A massive rescue armada of police small helicopters U.S. Navy and Coast Guard and even a sub- marine were engaged in rescue operations some 200 east of San Woodstock with said who was medical director at the Woodstock val iast year in A crowd estimated at than 30.000" vibrated to the electric rock music at Several of the persons treated for drag effects were trans- ferred to a hospital in some 25 miles to the drugs are flowing rke said Favette Atty. there the manpower to with K. wants make a arrest can be our who goes that compound and comes out alive would be Highway patrolmen and local officers have cordoned off the but few actually have set foot on the The festival site as a 220-acre overlooking a river Judge Shaw of Iowa's County District Court cleared the for the by ordering the county board of to make an tion health and re- The by Sound Storm of began Friday night as young sang and Saboteurs Disturb Shaky Irish Peace Northern Ireland Saboteurs tried to burn down a Belfast department store and crowds attempted to erect new barricades a imposed by Shoppers were hustled when an incendiary device touched oft a blaze in the but damage was there were no A of 50 formed the area a was troops They farces anci -o erect a cace before 100 re- stored several carriers of tear There were no tie British army used water tear and nausea gas against Roman Catholic street gangs armed with bows arrows rampaging through Belfast for second straight authorities banned troops from our on Belfast streets alone following threats of mergence for the shooting death of Daniel 0 19. More than 300 rioters battled near dawn to avenge the of he threw bombs at troops dunng lee triggered by the of youths who were freed Two Murder Suspects Get Married COLORADO Colo. man waited in connection with Robert nas married a woman who also inspected in one of the authorities said The ceremony took piace at the El Paso County 23. exchanged vows with Miss Ann 24. of Ore. The couple was arrested in Colorado June 10 on charges of armed robbery and They have been fighting extradition to California ever Judge John performed the rites and ty's best man was public James A fellow Mrs. Dori was the matron of Other members of the wedding party included the sheriff and several The are suspects murder of Robert 52. of San June 6. kCer strikes was scraped across dead man's authorities of Los is suspected the March 12 death of a former Thomas 25. of The were sent back to separate celis of the Ei Paso County after the MOSCOW X u of President French ident Georges and Minister Edward a sage the Aus. 2 of 1915 scam accord the Allied Powers laid oasis for postwar contained ing phrases stressing the of cooperation be- and showed stares social systems can come to ble agreements on in name of peace and as 3 quarter century we proceed from the view that when there is a growing mutual understanding and of states and and lasting peace can be telegram also re- ng soviet an ty ccir to settle disputes 5j.ll from World 11. There were also several comments that reflected viets interests the current negotiations with West ny for a non aggression implementation of the Potsdam principles in our recognition of- the of the present recognition of realities thar formed as a of the Second World War and the postwar development and er- of reliable ia Noting that the World ir Allies strove to crush and he the same they stressed their intention to en- able the German people to struct their life on a peaceful basis and in time assume a the free and ful peoples of the He'll Sell His Blood For a Year DETROIT 34-ysar- old assembly line worker begin a new career next week his rare blood at a quart for a the Detroit News reported in its In a copyrighted the said Joe who has rhe nation's highest known concentration of a rare blood antibody called nas signed a contract with a national supply firm after six months of B is a blood protein which has major uses in tracking bad reactions to blood transfusions and in human genetics the News said in a story by staff writer Stephen hard to Thomas was quoted as an average man making a living sad then someone tells you you can lie someone tells yon you can lie down for a few give some blood and make a I've signed the so T guess u's Thomas appreciate the money bui I really like the idea of the blood being used rather than I've been helped by a lot of people in rny life but I've never been in a position to help too many other According to the signing of rhe contract with a of American Hospital ends a race between a Red 's for Dr. head of the Southeast Michigan Cross Wood spotted the antibody during a test of blood seven years age at Wayne County General was the best anti- Lewis 3 serum to show UD in 28 Ellis Thomas earned some raoney for 10 or more donations but stopped going because the procedure was uncomfortable and the travel The news story said the national supply of the antibody was exhausted after two vears and professional rers began a hunt for that including hiring private detectives and possible pirating of Red Cross lists of rare Cain said Ellis was unable to pay Thomas for his because of the Red tax exempt status precluded buying blood for So Ellis set np a plan in the last eight months to sell directly to a national biological supply and avoid Then Thomas was located at Chrysler Corp. through his social security number and re- tested of his blood were mailed to five with invitations for The first shipment be next the News after Thomas began procedure at a hospital that will let him safely a quart of plasma every week The company bid about a quart for and estimated i; would want about worth during rhe Although Leader on Trial for Murder Manson Still at Ranch LOS ANGELES irles continue to and o Spahn nines from downtown Los An- we haven't tle one OE a cozen members at the dilapidated But bearded a defense lawyer at of Manson rnd three other in me Sharon of last said ihe has the of family said family is behalf of the running errands and the and outride the trial of the Los Angeles Rail of On trial with 35, are 21. 22. and Van 20. They are accused or of the Aug. o. 1963, slayings of Miss blonde movie and four visitors at her Benedict as 2s 24 of wealthy rood ina hii The The of the commune at the Spahn was ir. Issi week by 21. and Her defection from ro accept munity and testify for the state has drawn glowering glances from the four Mrs. testified that members of the commune de- parted the mam ranch area at intervals for nearby camping cook and scavenged The buggies and Mrs. for ar dbs irro the deseri ir. advance cf a which Manson There were Mrs. and the garls by Manson to their bodies to recruit male visitors When new giris were the witness son left the ranch m of his carne the ranch the Sac Aprii and came spend the and never to said the bund cowboy George The garbage rans that 5anJy referred were to the rear oi Los es in search of edible Meat not a vorea even if cooked and tee cream Cash as needed was obtained Col.
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